The Central Working Committee for The Future Awards Africa (TFAA) 2015 has announced the hosts of the 10th anniversary! They are Bonang Matheba, South Africa’s favourite media personality, Bonang Matheba and award-winning artiste and music entrepreneur Dare Art-Alade.
The hosts represent the best of young Africans from across the continent, and will be presenting the 10th year celebrations of TFAA in grand style. Darey returns as a host after first hosting in 2009.
“I am excited to be coming to Nigeria for The Future Awards Africa,” said Matheba, who is also the first international brand ambassador for Revlon. “This is an exceptional platform telling Africa’s story in a unique, impactful way. Young Africans see these nominees and winners and have been inspired over the past 10 years to to act right, to get involved and to live their dreams to the fullest.”
Darey just released his 4th studio album #Naked, highlighting a career at the top of songwriting, performing, running a music label and hosting West Africa’s most prestigious events.
“The Future Awards Africa is Africa’s biggest youth event because consistently for
10 years they have celebrated efforts of youths across the continent,” Darey said.
“It’s an honour to be a part of this landmark celebrations, and I am excited to be back on the TFAA stage!”
The Future Awards Africa 2015 – celebrating 10 years! – is presented by RED and UBA.
The award is held in partnership with the British High Commission, the Ford
Foundation, Microsoft, the US Consulate, the Canadian High Commission, Sterling Bank and The Tony Elumelu Foundation.
The Future Awards Africa (official hashtag: #TFAA10) will hold on 6 December in Lagos, Nigeria at the Intercontinental Hotel. The event is strictly by invitation.